Note: Both parts have several dark shots throughout and film processing spots in some sections. Part 1 has a camera registration problem in the last section.
Description: Samuel A. Barrett's personal films of the Golden Gate International Exposition (GGIE) was held on Treasure Island, San Francisco Bay in 1939. Barrett was the first person to earn a PhD in Anthropology at the University of California, Berkeley. In 1939 - 40, Barrett curated an exhibit about American Indian art at the GGIE. In 1960 Barrett, funded by the National Science Foundation directed a comprehensive documentation project: the American Indian Film Project.
Note on original container:Reel 1 leader: Treasure Island; Reel 2 - 1983 reels 1-13 ca 1941 scenery
Source: 2 Reels of 2: Film: 16mm
Call Number: PAHMA catalog numbers 26-548 and 26-549
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